Buehler, D., D. R. Norris, N. Kopysh, and B. J. M. Stutchbury. In press. Effects of forest fragmentation of feeding rates in Hooded Warblers. Wilson Bulletin. 114:122-127.
Fedy, B. C., D. R. Norris and B. J. M. Stutchbury. In press. Do male Hooded Warblers guard their mates when their paternity is most at risk? J. Field Ornithol.
Norris, D. R. and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2002. Sexual differences in gap crossing ability of a forest songbird revealed through radiotracking. Auk 119: 528-532.
Norris, D. R. and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2001. Extraterritorial movements of a forest songbird in a fragmented landscape. Conservation Biology 15:729-736.
Norris, D. R. , T. E. Pitcher, and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2000. The spatial response of male Hooded Warblers to edges in isolated fragments. Condor 102: 595-600.
Bisson, I. A., and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2000. Nest site selection and productivity by Hooded Warblers in a fragmented landscape. Can. J. Zool. 78: 858-863.
Pitcher, T. E., and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2000. Does parental effort limit male EPC effort in Hooded Warblers? Animal Behaviour 59: 1261-1269.
Stutchbury, B. J. M. 1998. Female mate choice of extra-pair males: breeding synchrony is important. Behav. Ecol. and Sociobiol. 43: 213-215.
Stutchbury, B. J. M., E. S. Morton, and W. H. Piper. 1998. Extra-pair mating system of a synchronously breeding tropical songbird. J. Avian Biol. 29: 72-78.
Stutchbury, B. J. M. 1998. Extra-pair mating effort of male Hooded Warblers. Anim. Behav.53: 553-561.
Stutchbury, B. J. M. and D. Neudorf. 1998. Female control, breeding synchrony and the evolution of extra-pair mating strategies. In: Avian reproductive tactics: female and male perspectives, (P. Parker and N. Burley, Eds.). Ornithol. Monogr. No. 49: 103-122.
Neudorf, D. L., B. J. M. Stutchbury and W. H. Piper. 1997. Covert extra-territorial behavior of female hooded warblers. Behavioral Ecology 8: 595-600.
Stutchbury, B. J. M., W. H. Piper, D. L. Neudorf, S. A. Tarof, J. M. Rhymer, G. Fuller, and R. C. Fleischer. 1997. Correlates of extra-pair fertilization success in hooded warblers. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 40: 119-126.
Evans Ogden, L. G., and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 1996. Constraints on double brooding in a Neotropical migrant, the Hooded Warbler. Condor 98:736-744.
Tarof, S.A. and B.J. Stutchbury. 1996. A case of cooperative breeding in the hooded warbler. Wilson Bull. 108:382-384.
Stutchbury, B.J. and L.J. Evans Ogden. 1996. Adoption in Hooded Warblers: does extra-pair paternity play a role? Auk 113:218-220.
Howlett, J.S. and B.J. Stutchbury. 1996. Nest concealment and predation in Hooded Warblers:experimental removal of nest cover. Auk 113:1-9.
Stutchbury, B.J. and E.S. Morton. 1995. The effect of breeding synchrony on extra-pair mating systems in songbirds. Behaviour 132:675-690.
Stutchbury, B.J., J.M. Rhymer and E.S. Morton. 1994. Extra-pair paternity in the hooded warbler. Behav. Ecol. 5:384-392.
Stutchbury, B. J. M., T. E. Pitcher, D. R. Norris, R. E. Gonsar and E. M. Tuttle. Extra-territorial forays and their relation to extra-pair fertilization success. Submitted to Anim. Behav. Apr 2002.
Neudorf, D. L., Bridget J. M. Stutchbury, and W. H. Piper. Do female Hooded Warbler calls function in fertility advertisement? Submitted to Can. J. Zool, Feb 2002.
Stutchbury, B. J. M. and E. S. Morton. 2001. Behavioral Ecology of Tropical Songbirds. Academic Press, London.